Running Socks

Published on February 19th, 2014 | by Daniel Feinstein

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Injinji Compression Over The Calf Toesocks

Injinji Compression Over The Calf Toesocks Daniel Feinstein
Comfort - 96%
Cushioning - 92%
Support - 100%
Quality - 84%
Price - 78%

Summary: If you suffer from minor swelling after your run or are just looking to eliminate cramping and improve recovery then these are the socks for you.

90%

Comfortable compression


Enhance circulation in your legs and improve your recovery time with Injinji’s innovative compression toe socks.

These compression toesocks combine Injinji’s fantastic 5 Toe Fit System with a graduation compression design in the lower leg to produce a truly high-performance running sock. Wear them during your workout in order to maximize results or after to revive your feet and lower legs and reduce swelling.

These socks are equally appropriate for standard running shoes and minimalist toe shoes. The five toe design does take a little getting used to but once you do, you will absolutely love the toe mobility and appreciate the incredible blister protection. The socks’ moisture management system also contributes to keeping your feet blister free, wicking moisture away from your skin and keeping your feet feeling dry and comfortable.

Injinji’s Compression Over The Calf Toesocks also feature a terry heel pad for added support and padding. The padding does a great job of absorbing shock while being thin enough to allow your feet to fit comfortably in a snug minimalist shoe.

There is no getting around it, these socks are somewhat pricey as far as socks go; however, you will thank the day that you bought them…they are definitely a game changer.

  • Improves circulation
  • Reduces recovery
  • Comfortable
  • Lacks durability

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About the Author

Dan began running at the age of 10 and ran competitively through high school participating in both Cross Country and Track. He later found himself in the military where accumulated a great deal of knowledge and experience in hiking, camping and survival. Dan continues to run and has become an avid cycler, taking extended tours on a regular basis. He is currently training for the 2015 NYC Ironman.



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